Don’t Let Go was written by myself and Francis Greene during the summer of 2018, and it’s the last song to be recorded for my upcoming ‘Found My Way‘ album.
Just in the last few days, my Life Line album has become available to stream on Spotify, and it’s now also available to purchase as a download too. This post gives you more detail on that.
The lineup for this year’s Weyfest was recently announced, and I’m on the list! This will be my second festival appearance of 2018 (Shynefest being the first), and I’m really excited.
I’ll be playing on Vic Cracknell’s Rustic stage on Saturday 18th August at 12:30pm – starting proceedings for an eclectic bunch of musicians and acts across the weekend.
Last night I had the second recording session for songs for the new album. The working title of the new album is ‘2017 Album’ – showing great imagination there. (Update June 2018: The new album is called ‘Found My Way’.)
The Phoenix Cultural Centre is a community group based in Woking that has been set up to support Woking musicians, artists, poets, etc, and to try to open a venue in the town.
The venue will be called The Fiery Bird and it will be…
‘a Community focused arts and cultural centre and music venue for everyone in Woking to participate in and enjoy’.
Woking hasn’t really had a proper live music venue for many years, and that is about to change. But the Phoenix Cultural Centre need help to get the funds to bring this about.